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So, What's the Deal with Black Lives Matter?

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So, what’s the Deal with Black Lives Matter?

NOTICE:  I would encourage anyone reading this blog to click on the adjoining web links as they provide far more information than can be given in a single blog-post and help create a greater understanding of the topic being covered.  Thanks.

Darren Seals, a “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” grassroots community activist from Ferguson Missouri, not to be mistaken for a Black Lives Matter activist, was found shot to death in his torched car last month.  Darren became a civil rights leader in Ferguson after the shooting of Michael Brown in 2014.  According to local accounts, five men associated with the local civil protests have been murdered in the same fashion since 2014.  There are no suspects in any of these shootings and very little media attention has been given to the murders.

Darren was a vocal opponent of the national BLM movement from its inception instantly recognizing it as an outside movement not created for the betterment of the local black community.  Seals frequently railed against BLM online calling it a “gay, feminist movement not a black movement they are not leaders they are thieves that exploited the work of black ppl.”  On September 1, 2016 Seals tweeted, “Why when you tell #BlackLivesMatter ppl the truth about how the org hijacked #Ferguson they act like WP when you talk about white privilege.”  Five days later, he was found murdered in his burning car.

Darren, a legit activist for the black community in Ferguson, had the unfortunate ability to see the truth about BLM and the audacity to proclaim it to the world.  BLM is not nor ever has been about the improvement of black lives.  Black Lives Matter is a Marxist organization that exploits the racial tensions between local police officers and the members of the communities they are commissioned to protect and serve.  The faces of BLM in the upper echelons of the movement are monetarily incentivized to riot by their Marxist billionaire overlords.  This is something that Darren Seals and many others in the “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” movement have recognized.  And, in their attempts to relate that information to members of the black community, they were silenced, or so it appears. 

Understanding the external influences on BLM, helps to paint a clearer picture as to the actual purpose of the organization.  If you think BLM is an organic response to police brutality towards the black community, you my friend are drinking the proverbial Kool-Aid.  BLM has nothing to do with improving the lives of the black community nor with improving race relations between community members and cops.  BLM has everything to do however with nationalizing the police force: moving it away from local service and accountability and moving it towards a federal weaponized military force.  This is unconstitutional, evil, and drawing the US and the world one step closer to the one world government the bible forewarns about.  The crime and agitation between the black community and local police forces are just a convenient phenomenon to exploit in order to meet those ends.

The controversies inspiring the BL movement are drummed up by the state approved media.  Not that black men aren’t shot by cops; they are.  But, white men and Hispanic men are also shot by cops, as are cops also shot by all three.  We just don’t hear about those events on the nightly news.  Because, what is known by the elites in government and in the media which is often lost on the masses is that news can be manufactured by simply choosing what to cover and what not to cover.  Normal events that happen on a daily basis can be reported more vociferously in order to create a desired sentiment.  Narratives are created and propagated to lead people in ways of thinking desired by those in control.  Likewise, narratives could be ignored to lead people away from undesirable thinking. In the case of BLM and the incremental nationalization of local police forces, the unjustified shootings of unarmed black men is a sought after narrative that is pushed into the media spotlight for the nefarious purposes of the federal government.

“A sought after narrative” you may be asking?  Yes, a sought after narrative is my response.  What is widely known but often not spoken about is that the statistics of violence and criminality in the black community are astronomically high.  The victims of this criminality and violence are often law abiding members of the black community who are in the wrong place and the wrong time.  To protect innocent life, police often spend more time responding to distress calls in these neighborhoods.  Because of this, police officers tend to  come into contact with young black men at a higher proportion to other racial groups, which in turn, creates more opportunities for violent altercations. Heather McDonald’s book “The War on Cops:  How the New Attack on Law and Order Makes Everyone Less Safe,” is a good place to start if you are interested in statistical data regarding crime and law and order in America.  For the sake of time, we will forego going over the numbers in this single blog post, but I encourage you to check out these brief overviews on the topic to gain an accurate perspective on what local police officers face in the quest to protect and serve.  Click here and here.

With all that said, , let’s not lose sight of what is really going on here in regards to BLM:  The black community is being used as pawns in the chess game of transforming America into a Marxist entity by creating a seemingly legit cover for the nationalization of local police forces.  Community police forces, as well as individual gun rights and freedom of speech, are a few of the last vestiges of freedom prohibiting that transformation.  Darren Seals and other grassroots activists from Ferguson, were quick to catch on to this scheme and appear to have been silenced for doing so.

Jesus warned of the lawlessness we would see in the last days: “And because lawlessness will abound, the love of many will grow cold.” Matt 24:12  The looting, rioting, vandalism, and hate that we are witnessing in regards to BLM are no doubt a prelude to the worldwide acts of lawlessness we will witness in the days to come.  And, it is not cliché to say that the only answer to every societal woe we see in the world lies in the transforming power of Jesus Christ working in the hearts of every individual man and women.  No government program, protest, or grievance reconciliation will ever be able to create the unity that is only found in Him.  “For you are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus.  For as many of you as were baptized into Christ have put on Christ.  There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus.  And if you are Christ’s then you are Abraham’ see, and heirs according to the promise.” Galatians 3:26-29 It is when we look towards outside governmental means to achieve equality and justice that we fall prey to the sinister schemes of the devil; in this case, the scheme being greivance mongoring to provide cover for the nationalization of local police forces.

In closing, consider the warning of Pastor Stephen E. Broden of Fair Park Bible Fellowship, member of the National Black Prolife Coalition and founder of Protect Life and Marriage Texas:

“The socialists and Marxists leading BLM are unconcerned with these very real issues in our community. The refusal to address what has been historically and empirically documented as a eugenic plot to demographically demolish black and minority communities (abortion) across this globe is simply unacceptable. In addition, I find it hard to be believe the systematic dismantling of the black family through government overreach and nanny state intrusion into our families escape their notice.

That Marxist manipulators who lead the BLM movement seem more than happy to take funding from the likes of George Soros and betray the best interest of our community in order to achieve their desire to divide and conquer our beloved nation is nothing short of evil.

It will be the black church as the prophetic voice of God to stand up and stop this Marxist takeover of our community’s fight for a more perfect union. Pastors and spiritual leaders must lead the way in this fight for justice as well as the fight against Marxism. There must be a collective community push-back against this godless movement facilitated by Marxists seeking a dark and dastardly transformation of America.

The deception is an old design sourced in Marxist/Lenin doctrine. Lie, divide, and conquer. Lenin was so bold as to call the poor and others of the proletariat class “useful idiots” necessary to accomplish their Marxist utopia. The church cannot remain silent as the godless force of progressive liberalism transforms our communities, and our nation.

As a pastor and spiritual leader working for 30 years in the inner city of Dallas, Texas, and as one who fought against abortion and the anti-life community since 1980, I will end my observations with several warnings to those caught up in the rhetoric of the left.

Caught up in their deceptions used to inflame passions on legitimate concerns, especially related to policing in our community:

First, I warn you to ask questions of those who lead the BLM movement. Why are they dismissive of black-on-black crime? Why aren’t they addressing the number one killer of blacks in America: abortion?

And second, is a warning from scripture: Colossians 2:8 “see to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deception, according to the tradition of men, according to the elementary principles of the world, rather than according to Christ.”

Finally, the scriptures gives a description for us of those who deceive: Romans 3:13b-18 “With their mouth they keep deceiving, the poison of asps is under their lips; 14 whose mouth is full of cursing and bitterness; 15 Their feet are swift to shed blood, 16 destruction and misery are in their paths, 17 and the path of peace have they not known. 18 There is no fear of God before their eyes.”

Avoid men and women who fit this description.”